Every Friday morning, Captain Dylan Hubbard of Hubbard's Marina joins Good Day to fill viewers in on his fishing forecast as we head into the weekend. Here is his fishing report for April 16, 2021.
Between Russell-mania and a DJ Kitty onesie, it’s been another interesting week on Good Day Tampa Bay.
Tampa International Airport CEO Joe Lopano said the past 50 years have been a ride. He joins Good Day Tampa Bay to talk about the airport’s future and how they are celebrating the milestone.
There are 107,000 people in the U.S. waiting for an organ transplant, and 5,000 of them are in Florida. April is Donate Life Month, and Tampa General Hospital says there is a way for you to help.
David Whitwam with Whitwam Organics talks about what to expect when you plant cucumbers in your home garden.
Stephen Gay, a local realtor, gives insider advice on landing your dream home in Tampa Bay’s hot housing market.
‘Purple Haze’ is the name Wally and Karen gave their 1948 Chevy Aerosedan. Paul often rides his ‘Flea Market Butt Buggy’ to the Sunshine Flea Market in Lake Wales on Saturday mornings.
Barry said he had a 1965 Nash Metropolitan back in the 60s and had to buy it again – as an adult. Meanwhile, a 2004 anniversary edition Ford Mustang GT was a gift from Carole to Jim for Father’s Day.
Back in 2019, 45 million grasshoppers swarmed Las Vegas. A recent study explained what caused the invasion that was large enough for a weather radar to detect.
Amy Weeks of Amy's Canine Kindergarten stopped by to offer some advice about how to keep your dog from jumping up on people, and also ways to keep kids safe around dogs.